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KYLE | GOOD TO BE BACK

22 June 2022

"I’m back now and I feel a lot better for it"

Kyle Edwards says that he is feeling fit after recovering from a quad injury over the summer. 

The winger made 22 appearances during his first season at the Club but last featured at the beginning of February when the Blues defeated Gillingham 1-0 at Portman Road.

Alongside George Edmundson, Lee Evans and Kayden Jackson, Kyle has been at Playford Road over the off-season completing rehabilitation work with the medical team. 

That rehab has allowed him to recover in time for the beginning of pre-season training on Monday.

"I had to come in while everyone was away which wasn’t the best, but you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do," he told iFollow Ipswich. "We’re back now and I feel fit. 

"It was tough as I was out for a while. It was a lot of hard work, a lot of gym and a lot of running but, like I said, I’m back now and I feel a lot better for it.

"The sessions have been hard but it is pre-season, so you have got to expect it. If we put in the work now then it’s going to help us throughout the season, so you have got to get through it. It’s been good to be back on the grass, playing, kicking a ball and trying to take some people on."

Town have added four new signings to the ranks so far this summer; Freddie Ladapo, Dom Ball, Greg Leigh and Tyreece John-Jules, with the Blues set to travel to Loughborough next month for a training camp.

"I knew Freddie from before so that helps," Kyle continued. "They're all nice guys and everyone fits in with the group well. You can go and talk to anyone at any time, so it seems like they have slotted in quite quickly.

"It will be good when we get to Loughborough as when the group is away together you bond a lot more.

"You tend to do stuff in the night time like play games or cards and it brings the group together. So, for the new guys as well, it will obviously help them integrate into the group a lot more."

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